Today, fans of Call of Duty: WWII got a glimpse into the upcoming game’s social space, that will be available on November 3, in the form of a new reveal trailer that details everything there is to do in Headquarters.
You can check out the trailer below.
From the trailer it seems as if Headquarters are shaping up to be a place to unwind when you’ve lost a couple of team deathmatches, or if you’re waiting for your squad to get online. The space allows you to:
- Participate in target practice, complete with a competitive leaderboard
- Practice Score Streaks in the Score Streak training range
- Compete 1v1 while the rest of the social space watches on
- Unlock different military outfits to show off
Headquarters, as the trailer puts it “a dynamic social hub,” will allow players to “sharpen [their] skills,” “compete for glory,” and “earn [their] stripes.” The trailer is pretty action-packed for a social space and will lend itself to friendly competition for sure.
As the trailer winds down it reminds players what Headquarters are all about: “socialize, customize, compete, reward.” Though it seems like a simple gameplay loop, I’m sure there are a few players who may be more focused on fashion over kill/death ratios.
Call of Duty: WWII releases on November 3, 2017 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check out more information on the upcoming private beta here, as well as read up on the Call of Duty: WWII official loot crate here.